CMPA's useful take on diagnostic biases
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PDQ features content from CURIOS: A partnership between the University of Calgary and RPAP.
Top 10 Emergency Department Tips for Families
Not much downside to using this simple technique in emergency intubation
AEDs are life-savers - but not if they are behind lock and key.
New material kills E. coli bacteria in 30 seconds http://www.kurzweilai.net/new-material-kills-e-coli-bacteria-in-30-seconds Interesting chain that destroys the cell membrane thereby limiting resistance as well.
MUPS – medically unexplained physical symptoms - are frustrating, both for the patient and the doctor
Next CURIOS webinar!! New Epilepsy Guidelines Date & Time: May 11, 2016 | 6:30 pm – 7:30 pm Speaker: Nathalie Jette MD, MSc, FRCPC After attending this session, the participants will be equipped to: Describe how epilepsy is now defined Recognize what constitutes drug-resistant epileps...
Our next CURIOS webinar is coming up real quick here on Wed April 13th, 2016 at 6:30pm Dr Erin Brennand is going to do a run through of simple gyne office procedures in another of our highly interactive sessions. Check out our new format here before the webinar – cases to try, puzzles to solve...
This is a lengthy post, dealing with some of the basic principles of EBM, triggered by a recent article from John Ioannidis. I too am a big fan of Ioannidis so this commentary was particularly illuminating. Should be required reading for all EBM classes, I reckon. If you’re interested in the area, a...